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ASCD's Common Core Resource Collections on iTunes include math for each K-8 grade, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry. Teachers will often give students a choice designing their own complex learning projects and will act in a consultative role. However, it is questionable how successful these developed strategies are for student outcomes both initially and in the long term. Conversely, ineffective instruction leads to poor performance and an accurate but negative estimate of self-efficacy.

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